Minnesota Invasive Terrestrial Plants and Pests Center (MITPPC) researchers are diving deep into the possibilities of integrated pest management for spotted wing drosophila using an economic lens, a project that has spanned five years and will conclude this year.
We interviewed alumni Jared Rubinstein to see where he is now and what he has been up to since graduating with a master's in Applied Plant Science in 2018.
(CFANS) If you ask Professor Jerry Cohen, Ph.D.,—a distinguished professor in the Department of Horticultural Science and CFANS donor—why he gives, he'll simply tell you that he was hired into a tradition of generosity.
The 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient is Dr. Lurline Marsh. Dr. Marsh will be presenting at our first-ever virtual Kermit Olson Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.
After 31 years in the Department, Professor Gary Gardner has transitioned to emeritus professor status. Take a look at Dr. Gardner's impressive career in the plant world.
The next UMN apple has been named! The apple formerly known as MN 1980, a cross of ‘Honeycrisp’ and ‘Liberty’, has been named Triumph™.
Dr. Harold F. Wilkins, Emeritus Professor, passed away this month at the age of 87. Dr. Wilkins was a long-time professor of floriculture (extension, research, teaching) in this department from 1966 to 1989.
It’s no secret that a global pandemic has changed the college campus, particularly for students pursuing careers in public engagement. How can you dive headfirst into public garden management while social distancing? The answer involves creative thinking and a digital touch. CFANS junior Nick Witthoeft discovered this himself during the heat of a COVID summer.
(MN Daily) Following a 26-year career at the University of Minnesota, University professor and horticulturalist Mary Meyer is retiring at the end of December with plans to continue curating grasses at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
(CFANS) Bryant Jones believes in the power of community — and the power of plants. This enterprising plant science senior in the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) has done volumes of impressive work in horticultural science — and has supported and uplifted his community through personal social justice initiatives — all as an undergraduate.